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1954 CJ-3B Keizer, OR **Status Unknown**


UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $9900.

If the tag is correct, this is a former Los Alamos Jeep.

“All stock and fully restored “High Hood” Willys with 134 cu in (2.2 L) Hurricane I4 motor. Runs perfect and very reliable. Jeep was purchased from Los Alamos National Laboratory motor pool in New Mexico. No rust! Recently installed new parts include tires, shocks, leaf springs, knuckle bearings, front break drums, wheel bearings, battery, and fuel pump.

Title is clean plus plates and tags on it. Great jeep for cruising through town, country roads, or off-road fun.

Hate to sell, but need space in garage.”

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8 Comments on “1954 CJ-3B Keizer, OR **Status Unknown**

  1. Lew

    After the Manhattan Project, but still, think of what happened at Los Alamos during the tenure of this jeep. This could have a very cool history.

  2. Steve Beilstein

    Wow, that is a cool 3B. I may have to go check it out. It looks like there are no turn signals wired in, it may have the original tail light.

  3. David Eilers Post author

    I should have mentioned … You might want to approach it with a geiger counter! There are plenty of them here in the Tri-Cities due to Hanford.

  4. Joe in Mesa

    That’s one NICE CJ3B. That Los Alamos tag really caught my eye.
    LOL about needing a geiger counter, Dave :-D!

  5. Larry

    Does anyone know if this Jeep sold. Somehow, I missed the post from earlier in the year. (June) Of course it is no longer listed on Craigslist, nor was the add updated. This is very close to what I cam looking at buying. A Willys with a story, or unique history.

    If anyone knows of another that may exist, that fits that bill, I would be more than appreciative of the information.

    Larry Towell

  6. David Eilers Post author


    I haven’t seen this one relisted on Craigslist recently. I’ve updated the post. If I see it again I will send you an email.

    – Dave

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